We were very satisfied with this restaurant in the promenade of Kymi.
Disappointed because the waiters were not Greeks, however the boys were extremely polite and helpful.
We came here because we saw many locals, and we had 2 kebab sticks and 2 gyros, a tomato salad, cheese rolls (flogeres see photo) and tzatziki. We had 2 bottles of Mythos beer, and for all these we paid just 20 euros.
Tip: The restaurant had some fish mezedes as well, but I noticed that they were much more expensive. The (pikilia) which means a combination of different sea food was quite expensive.
The restaurant has also chicken kebab.
This confectionery in the seafront of Kymi sells the tastiest Baklavas and Galaktoboureko I have ever tasted!
Mr. Tsimbidas, a man of strong personality, insisted that I taste his baklava.
I went to the shop just to take photos, because I am not very fond of sweets.
However in the evening after dinner because we were in a nearby restaurant I went and bought ourselves two pieces of GALAKTOBOUREKO and brought them to the restaurant where we were dining. It seems that I could not resist something sweet that moment.
It was indeed the tastiest dessert I have had for years. You could tell that the ingredients were the best.
Favorite Dish: Besides Baklava and Galaktoboureko, Mr. Tsimbidas has other desserts, cakes, spinach pies, and home-made marmelade.
He sells his famous Baklava for 14 euros the kilo.
A piece of Baklava served is at 4 euros.
I paid 5.70 euros for the two pieces of Galaktoboureko I bought.
I strongly recommend it. You have to taste it when you are in the area!
This restaurant is situated by the port area. What attracted me here was the big octopus hanging outside the restaurant so I went to get a photo. The owner welcomed me inside to see the interior decoration and told me about the fresh sea food the restaurant is boasting about.
I was dreaming of "pikilia" and some ouzo but when we came here in the evening we found that it cost 20 euros, but if your partner does not want to eat fish and prefers something else you have no altrernative but take the medium pikilia thus ending with not less than 45 euros at least for the two persons.
I had a look on the price list and the larger dish of pikilia was 30 euros, and the "Lobster Pasta" ....a kilo was 80 euros!!
We did not want to pay that much, so I bought a dish of kalamari, and a hamburger, plus one beer. We paid 22 euros but we were angry with the quality of both dishes.
The kalamari was like a rubber sole and I was not able to eat it. I packed it for my cat.
The hamburger was not the best as the owner was boasting. We were totally unsatisfied, and thought we were really unlucky, having picked the wrong restaurant.
The rest of the restaurants were full, while only a few tables were reserved here.
We could not see this when we came because we arrived quite early.
Meat dishes were less expensive, but if you want to eat meat and kebab go to the restaurant next to this one which is much cheaper.